Members of the cancer research community are now able to join the NCRI Networks. Anyone interested in cancer research can join, including (but not limited to) clinicians, basic scientists, statisticians, nurses, allied health professionals, patients and carers and early career researchers.
The NCRI Networks will become a central hub of people working within the cancer research field that will be able to get involved with the work of the NCRI Groups, ensuring they are wide-reaching, inclusive and diverse. NCRI Groups are a central part of NCRI activity, acting as a forum to bring the cancer research community together and coordinate activity to develop new research.
The benefits of joining one (or more) of the NCRI Network(s) are:
- Hear about membership opportunities for the NCRI Groups.
- Receive invitations to sit on panels for various NCRI Group activities such as proposal guidance meetings for the NCRI Groups.
- Opportunities to participate in consultations for National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines.
- Become involved with the NCRI Groups strategy development process.
- Receive key updates from NCRI Groups.
- Be the first to hear about NCRI Group workshops and events.
There are no prerequisites to be part of the NCRI Network – anyone is welcome to join and members can sign up or leave at any time.
Find out more and link to an application form here: